Leinster vs Munster fallout and Johnny Sexton’s captaincy
The Left Wing
On this week’s episode of The Left Wing, Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald are joined in studio by Irish Independent rugby correspondent Cian Tracey to look back at the festive rugby and look ahead to 2019.Will is billing 2019 as the biggest year in the history of Irish rugby and the lads agree that there is a lot to be excited about ahead of the World Cup.Looking back at Leinster vs Munster at Thomond Park, Johnny Sexton’s fiery style of captaincy is discussed. Luke thinks that Sexton will learn from the tough outing and will improve his dialogue with referees as a result.Connacht’s continued growth, Munster’s attacking structure and Ulster’s development are all up for discussion as The Left Wing returns for 2019.
Ep 31 - ROG and Kev talk Leinster Vs Munster, Tadhg Beirne interview, and bizarre sporting injuries
House of Rugby Ireland
3.00 - The lads discuss bizarre injuries following Scott Baldwin's encounter with a lion in South Africa8.30 - Kev and ROG preview Munster Vs Leinster on Saturday14.35 - ROG tips JJ Hanrahan for Ireland19.20 - Kev talks Leinster playing Munster in years gone by and getting the "absolute shite kicked out of us"26.20 - How Michael Cheika turned the Leinster mentality around34.25 - Andy, Pat and Kev talk to new Munster signing Tadhg Beirne52.45 - The lads discuss this weekends games and some potential bets1.02.00 - Kev answers your Twitter questions
Luke previews Leinster vs Munster and talks the future of sports technology with Stephen Smith
The Left Wing
On this week's episode of The Left Wing, Will Slattery and Luke Fitzgerald are joined by Irish Independent rugby correspondent Ruaidhri O'Connor and Kitman Labs CEO Stephen Smith.Will, Ruaidhri and Luke look ahead to Leinster vs Munster this Saturday and discuss how the provinces are shaping up after five games of the PRO 14 season.The lads then chat to Stephen Smith about the future of technology in sport and how his company work with professional teams from around the world, and across multiple sports, to help them minimise injury risk through the use of innovative software.